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    Determining the amount of gasoline needed for combustion

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    How many liters of air (78 percent N2, 22 percent O2 by volume) at 20 degreesC and 1.00 atm are needed for the complete combustion of 1.0 L of octane, C8H18 a typical gasoline component that has a density of .70g/mL?

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    1L of octane at 0.7g/mL = 700g octane
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    This solution helps determine the amount of gasoline needed for combustion.

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